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  1. M.karthickraja liked a post in a topic by Kamalraj in How to quickly fix small elements in Simlab   
    Hi.,
     
    Hope you have used "Number of elements in uniform curvature" option in Fillet mesh control on non uniform fillet faces. This option should be used only on the fillets with uniform radius. In case of varying radius fillets, please use "Geometry Approximation" option to avoid unwanted tiny elements in fillets.
     
    Please refer the below images to know the difference of these options. 

     

  2. M.karthickraja liked a post in a topic by Alex Nguyen in Option "User corner data" not active   
    Hi everyone.
    Now I want to active (stick) field "User corner data"  as figure. But my HyperView can't active this one.  
    I don't know why. I'm using HyperView 2019.1
    Thank all
    Best Regards

  3. M.karthickraja liked a post in a topic by Robert Lawson in stress occurred in SHELL & Solid Plate of Same Config   
    M.karthickraja - 
    If you look at corner stress data instead of centroidal stress data, you will likely find the results are much closer.
    - Robert
  4. M.karthickraja liked a post in a topic by PrasannaK in stress occurred in SHELL & Solid Plate of Same Config   
    Hi,
     
    In dynamic analysis when the geometry is borderline between the classification of 2-D and 3-D geometry, 2-D shell elements are preferred over 3-D. This is because shell elements being less stiffer captures the mode shapes accurately and with a fewer number of nodes and elements.
     
    Also, in FEA the result depends on element type and mesh refinement of the model. Thus you are getting variation in stress values. 
     
     
  5. M.karthickraja liked a post in a topic by Rahul Ponginan in FAQ 34. How to Identify the resultant/summation of applied load   
    FAQ 34. How to Identify the resultant/summation of applied load

  6. M.karthickraja liked a post in a topic by xiaoming in Geometry check in solid model   
    Thank you very mush!I use it to check a solid.It shows Intersections found.But how can i see the intersection facets?
  7. M.karthickraja liked a post in a topic by llyle in TCL script in hyperview to extract results and append to CSV/excel file   
    Hi Mahesh,
     
    1. You can get frequency value from simulation label, use: poIResultCtrl GetSimulationLabel, then do some string operation to get the frequency value.
    2. for nodal displacement you will have to display the contour and then query the displacement value at specific nodes, refer below thread for similar example: 
    3. CSV writing can be done through tcl file operation commands or using hyperview api refer:
     
    Regards,
    Livil
  8. M.karthickraja liked a post in a topic by Mahesh Agrani in TCL script in hyperview to extract results and append to CSV/excel file   
    Hi, I am working on DOE of a component in Hypermesh/Optistruct for natural frequency and stiffness (calculated based on nodal displacements). I have developed Tcl code for Automated design changes in Hypermesh which I execute every time for each iteration after changing some values but I need to manually note down responses (Result) in Hyperview.   I need a TCL script for Hyperview which after pasting in command window would append to doe.csv or excel:  frequency for mode 7, 8 and 9 for subcase 1; and nodal displacements for specific nodes (eg. 30778,7489,76923,77540) for subcase 2, maximum displacement for subcase 3 and subcase 4 in each row. @Livil Lyle
  9. M.karthickraja liked a post in a topic by Pranav Hari in Coarse to fine transition of mesh   
    Hi M.karthickraja
     
     
    Pyramid Transition ratio defines the relative height of pyramid elements used for the transition from hexa elements in the boundary layer to the tetra elements in the core
     
    Thanks
     
  10. M.karthickraja liked a post in a topic by Rahul R in Coarse to fine transition of mesh   
    As mentioned above its a CFD mesh.(Octree hex mesh)
    Octree approach is useful when you have a very poor cad and tricky surfaces. Use this approach when you do not want to spend more time cleaning cad model. On the other hand, advancing front requires less user input to generate a good mesh, but it does require good quality CAD surfaces and tricky surfaces sometimes don't mesh. You can refer wiki on how the Octree algorithm works.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Octree
     
    The Octree based tet meshing introduced in version 13.0 is a faster and high quality alternative to the proven advancing front meshing algorithm, and can be used with more than just CFD applications. And due to the logic behind this scheme it provides a very nice BL transition.

    It can be accessed through the 3D page  tetramesh or CFD tetramesh panel  Tetramesh parameters option. Please refer snapshot below:





  11. M.karthickraja liked a post in a topic by Rahul R in Interactively change radius of variable fillet (Tetra mesh)   
    There is no automatic option available to achieve variable radius in Hypermesh. You can create fillet from edges .
    In Simlab also you can change fillet for constant radius.
  12. M.karthickraja liked a post in a topic by ahenkes1 in Remove chamfer   
    I have these chamfers in my model, is there a way to get rid of them? (Hypermesh 2017)
     

  13. M.karthickraja liked a post in a topic by Alessio Librandi in scripting in simlab   
    Hi all,
    New tutorials for Python/JavaScript Scripting have been created and will be added to Altair Connect in the next weeks.
    In the meanwhile, you can download the tutorials on this link (active until July 4th 2017)
    https://securefiletransfer.altair.de/link/HpoKa9oYmuRRdMIljEyvhO  - JUST TYPE IN YOUR EMAIL TO AUTENTICATE
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